Catalyze climate finance

Regen Network, a platform to originate and invest in high-integrity carbon and biodiversity credits from ecological regeneration projects


Buy, trade, and retire ecocredits

With Regen Marketplace, corporations can buy, trade, and retire digital carbon and ecological credits to meet their climate commitments. These nature-based solutions remove carbon, restore biodiversity, and reverse climate change. Our platform mobilizes capital to move on-the-ground ecological regeneration projects forward.

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Broken economic models incentivize land degradation, destroy ecosystems and fuel climate change.



Regen Network incentivizes ecosystem regeneration to reverse climate change.

Reverse climate change by investing in ecological regeneration projects

Regen Registry helps communities develop methodologies to verify ecological credits, including carbon and biodiversity.


Regen Marketplace allows project developers to sell their ecological credits to buyers around the world.

Project Developers

Project Developers

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Finance your ecological regeneration project by enrolling in a crediting program and access demand

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Purchase innovative ecocredits

Seamlessly purchase, trade, and retire digital ecological assets with transparency & accountability

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Our Ecosystem Partners

World Economic Forum
Climate Collective

Featured Credits

Monte Dinero


Monte Dinero

🇦🇷 Argentina
$TBD / credit
700,000 credits

Monte Dinero is located in the southeastern tip of Santa Cruz province, at the opening of the Magellan Strait. The farm, owned and operated by the Fenton Family since 1880, specializes in sheep production and is renowned for its exceptional wool and sheep genetics. It is situated in the Humid Magellanic Steppe ecoregion, a bunchgrass prairie dominated by Festuca gracillima. Notably, it was the first farm in South America to apply holistic planned grazing, a livestock management practice that helps ensure land regeneration, which is monitored via the Grasslands Regeneration & Sustainability Standard.

offset generation method

  • Carbon Removals

    Carbon Removals

project activities

  • Holistic planned sheep grazing

    Holistic planned sheep grazing

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Our Impact

Carbon credits retired


Our high-integrity ecocredits are backed by industry-leading climate science.

New credits in 2023


Regen Registry stewards ecological regeneration projects and the development of new nature-based credit standards.

Hectares of land


We work with high-impact ecological project developers across the globe.

Methodologies under development


Our innovative methodologies measure improvements in ecological state.

Why Regen Network?


Incubating ecological-impact DAOs and new methodology development with scientists, project developers & climate impact researchers.

Tokenize Carbon Credits

Tokenize Carbon Credits

Mint, retire, and transfer new digital ecological assets and create asset baskets with Regen Registry and Regen Marketplace.

3 blocks connected

Regen Ledger powers Regen Marketplace

Regen Ledger is a public, proof of stake (POS) blockchain developed with the Cosmos Software Development Kit (SDK), built for verification of claims, agreements & data related to ecological state. Regen Ledger enables multiple registries to communicate and transact with each other, producing a public ecological accounting system. Get involved with our community of developers.

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